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2 comments on “Entry 9”

  1. My favorite of all entries this month. This composition not only shows the dining room, it also provides scale and context in terms of how it relates to adjoining rooms. I do wonder where the kitchen is, but that's an issue with most entries this month.

  2. Really cool space and great shot! Love the composition! Interesting seeing a very formal entertaining dining room complete with built in serving tables! Almost looks like a 5 star hotel... very nice! Maybe a bit too much contrast for my taste but its definitely moody and fun... really love the idea of losing in from the courtyard and just enough light on that chair to highlight as well as push the eye into the interior... and finish with that awesome door and panels in background...

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